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    could i be pregnant?
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    leahsdaughter1 posted:
    okay so my husband and i have been ttc...this is our third month trying..anyways,I got my period on the 13th,and started tracking my ovulation...we had sex on the 24,25,and 29,but I for sure ovulated on 27 as that is the day i got my positive on the ovulation kit...now I am stressed out and worried that we missed my most fertile time...Also I dont know how you ladies feel but I feel like i am going to jynx it just posting about it...I really need some advice from someone who has been there
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Sperm can live up to 5 days under ideal conditions and if you had sex 4/25, the sperm would still be there for your ovulation 4/27.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)


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